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  1. When my mum was a NYC ROCKETT (circa 1962/63) she ^& the dancers actually got to not only meet Carol-(they loved her!) but of course all were pros & did some numbers with her as well! Can't same as how they felt about the legendary & future *Oscar victor *George Burns-(l896-l996) mainly because he altered there numbers to suit his little songs. & Ricky Nelson-(l940-80) also arrived, but they also weren't crazy about him, solely because they though him snobby & off putting, as it later turned out Ricky was painfully she & even had his body guards escort him to the john. Yrs later it was discovered when friends & family would visit his famed family Rickie would retreat to a closest alone & just play his guitar, & Final item, though not to do with the Rockette's, my mum still in The  Big apple went to a ballet class & there all day right next to her was *SHIRLEY MacLaine-(l934-)

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  2. SORRY FOR MY SOMETHNG HURRIED WRITING MY FELOLOW TCMITES & NOT TO BE A DOWNER,  ASPO P.I.A.I.N.  SOMETYIMESMAKES THIS 54 YEAR OLD BUDY MESS UP EVEN A TINY LITTLE BIT

    ALSO PUNCH IN ON YUTUBE A ONCE IN A LIFETIME 1954 "YOU BET YIUR LIFE": WITH THE GREATEST CIMEDIC TEAM IN MOTOIN PICTURE HISTORY   (JUST A TIP  OLLIE REALLY LOOKS BAD & SAD)

    & unlike sooo many legendary Hollyeood comedy teams, they loved each other!


  3. I may have already posted some of this, not certain just learned yesterday that they finally came to their senses & are opening-(Jan. 4th or 5th) ( what has been my moist highly anticipated new movie in years (Tum Burton';s March release runner up of "DUMBO!") 4-get about the OSCASRS though I've been a student of them since age 15. This is GOILDEN AGE HOLLYWOOD, my a #1 era in cinema history.  Just watch all yrailers for oit available and from looks of it as true talent JOHN C. REILLY will be robbed tomorrow when the nominations roll out,especially in Bradley Cooper's slot?  SOMETHING THAT WON'T OCCUR THOUGH. (NOTE: Very first time I saw REILLY was in a nasty, violent, bloody & I won';t divulge what else happens, not to this audience & stunningly based on a true 1965 Vietnam incident titled "CASUALTIES OF WAR" (l989) ($9m.) (***1/2) De Palma helmed it & it stared Sean Penn(superbly animalistic) & Michael J. fox, ANYBODY HEAR OF SEE IT? (AN ASIDE, but HOPE SHE DOESN'T READ WHAT I DIVULGE HERE, IT WILL CERTAINLY **** HER LITTLE ITALIAN BODY OFF BIG-TIME. All of course remember when Madonna & *Sean were hitched a short 4yrs. (l985-89)They were like oil & vinegar. & again, if she sees this man, man, o, man!!!  The ultra violent & fact based by not only her-(finally, she took his...since marrying, beating & more & drunkenness,etc Welp, it seems *Penn was correct this time & found out Louise was hanging with *WARREN BEASTTY-(l937-) a bit before "Dick Tracy" (l990) so the great actor, despite his personal jazz, grabbed a bottle, a '22, or a '38-(MY LEGALIZED GUNS BY THE WAY) jumped into his car & speeded over to *WARREN'S estate,expecting to find both there, sadly for *Sean, *Beatty(& good for him!) only she was home & &Sean literally tortured her for hrs -0(not going into what he did on here out of respect) She somehow got away-(P.S. Madonna barley drives) but made it to the police station, blooded, bruised & more & even she was crying!? 3rd time was the charm & she filed vs him. REASON I INCLUDE THIS LONG WINDED, YET TRUE TINSEL-TOEWN STORY, is as all know *Penn is more a method actor the never *BOBBY DE & my theory he was in Meserve-(name in"Casualties" MOLD. Her fans always cite Dec. 28th, 1988 as a date that lived in infamy. also Mr. Method was also just coming off the powerhouse Dennis Hopper crime-drama "COLORDS" (l988) ($47m.) Now, so much water has passed under the bridge, he tried to get cute with "THE QUEEN" during her 2015 concerts, pushing his way to frt of the crowds so she could see him, he was ready again, but not her. YOU ASK WHY THIS STORY WITH "STAN & OLLIE" JOHN C. REILLY of whom is among *Sean's despicable rapists in "CASUALTIES" & then directly after *JOHN appeared in '89's version of "WE'RE NO ANGELS (remake of course & I like it better with *De Niro)  ONE FINAL NOTE ON THESE 2, *SEAN IS THEE DUDE THAT GOT HER INTO LIFTING WGTS, BOIDY SHYLPTING, RIDING OOKS, JOGGING-(though it's funny, all shoits of him show one of our finest living actoirs on the beach & ingreat shape, ALWATYS WUITH A CIGGIE in his mouth???   THANK YO   MORE ON "STAN & OLLIE" Later & o Louise Veronca Ciccone this time  CAN'T HELP MYSELF SPORTS FANS


  4. Posted this previously on Jakeem's page I 6think, so hoped to go to the head of the class at the last minute & just for fun, just GUESS?

    WHAT WILL BE THE OFFICIAL NOMINEES FOR THE 91st ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS-(AMPAS) come Tuesday Morning very early)  I agree, not a great movie yr but some are fine cinema. Heck, my fav. of 18 was "Disney's Christopher Robin" (strong ***1/2) I don't care if it's gonna be a big contender or not, which it certainly won't be, just loved it a bit.   (*-denotes likely leader)            (JUST EITHER TRY & DEFEAT THE OSCAR-ORACLE OR JUST MATCH'EM UP)    (amazingly my 37th year at my fav. game) 

     Best Picture-(will be 8-10 again)?:

     BlackKklansman (gave it barely 3 a stars, some love it) 

     Black Panther (made $48m.) (strong ***)

     Bohemian Rhapsody" ($195m. U.S. Gross)

     The Favourite"-(I see this snagging the most with 10)

     *Green Book (strong ***) ($50 to $55m. td)-(P.S. Trust me of this I'm certauin you folks will like this best)*

     If Beale Street Could Talk

     A Star is Born (***) (& made an amazing $200 million)

    & Vice ($40m. td)

    & If there are ten?:

    *Roma ($66m. td) (NOTE: The AMAS over 8,000 voters td may nominate this for foreign-film instead?)

    & A Quiet Place" ($78m.)

     

      Best Actor???:

     *Christian Bale in "Vice"*-(would be his 2nd Golden Boy?)

     Bradley Cooper, "A Star is Born"

     Rami Malek, "Bohemian Rhapsody"

     Viggo Mortensen, "Green Book"

    & John David Washington, "BlackKklansman":_(TRIVIA: *Denzel's son!)

     

     Best Actress???:

     Yalitja Apricia in "Roma"

     Emily Blunt, "Mary Poppins: Returns"

     *Glenn Close in "The Wife"*-(would be her 7th loss!)

    *Olivia Colman, "The Favourite"*

    &  Lady Ga Ga in "A Star is Born"

     

     Supporting actor???:

     *Mahershela Ali in "Green Book"-(NOTE: Ali just won same statuette 2 yrs back)

     Timothy Chalamet, "Beautiful Boy"

     Adam Driver, "BlackKklansman"

     Sam Elliott,  "A Star is Born"

    & Richard E. Grant, "Can You ever Forgive Me?

     

     Supporting Actress???:

     *Amy Adams in "Vice"*-(her 6 attempt)

     Claire Foy, "First Man"

    *Regina King, "If Beale Street Could Talk"*

    Emma Stone, "The Favourite"

    & Rachel Weisz, "The Favourite"

     

      Best Director-(smallest voting block)?:

      Damien Chazzelle for "First Man"

      Bradley Cooper, "A Star is Born"

      *Alfonso Curan for "Roma"*-(A BLOW OUT!)

      Peter Farrelly,  "Green Book"

    & Adam KcKay for "Vice"

     

    THANK YOU FOR HUMORING THIS OLD IRISH OSCAR VETRERAN TCM-ITES   NOW, YOUR TURN

      

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


  5. TO JAKEEM,   VERY IMPORTANT, IPORTANT, IMPORTANT QUESTION NOT ONY FOR YOU, BUT ANYOE CAN ASSUST & PLESSE DO!!!

    Was scheduled to finally be able to be able to talk, speak to with theloud, yet I love them noices  a Airlplane-HEN YOU COMING BACK   PLEASE???  YOU 4-GET TOMENTION abothrer for oly asbout 439.00 nOY

    THATS NOT WHY I'M HERE THOUGH, IT'S ABOUT-(likely you frecasted thered be more today)  I MAY BE MORE PATIENCE, WHEN I STARTED OUT IN THE THEATRE & AL OVER<  "NO WAY!" GET TOO NRVEROUS, FIRGET LINES  I AM NO *LIONEL BARRYMORE, RICHARD BURTON SOECUALLY *LORD OLIVIER ANYMOTE FOLKS.  PLUS, IT'

    s STILL STANDIG/START OF THE HEAT" EPITome of wht whould be jnught of *"PLsppom'drnbiy winers & grivers always tk mch lohr tje

     

    ANY CLOSE JAKEEM, TOPBILLED, TCM,etc ON FINASLLY DOING 2 THINGS-(perfecto time too@!) TO CELEBRATE TCM's 25th ANNIVERSARY??? & & as YOU HAVE CERTAINLY READ OVER 11yrs or more, THE ULTIMATE WOULD BE A TCM CNTEST ON TRIVIA, MEMOIRABELIA FOR WINNERS, & ONCE AGAIN AS ABOIUT 97% FALLOTHER  FANS SUREVEY & POLL-(just a 1/2 as well as TCM too!?)  ALL I SPOKE TO about loves those idas-(CAN YOU PLEASE SUBMIT y bef u into

     

    AGAIN, APOGOLIZE FOR TCM'S REEPTION, I AKE Errors, BUT NOT THIs many &any inpurt would be x tra nive    THANK YOU

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  6. 16 minutes ago, jakeem said:
    Four films -- "Gotti," "The Happytime Murders," "Holmes & Watson" and "Death of a Nation" -- lead the list of nominations for the 39th annual Golden Raspberry Awards. Each film received six mentions.
     
    The Razzie award winners will be announced on Saturday, February 23, 2019 -- the day before the 91st annual Academy Awards presentation.

    Here are this year's Razzie nominees:

    WORST PICTURE 

    "Gotti" (pictured below)
    "The Happytime Murders"
    "Holmes & Watson"  
    "Robin Hood"
    "Winchester"

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    WORST ACTRESS 

    Jennifer Garner, "Peppermint"
    Amber Heard, "London Fields"
    Melissa McCarthy, "The Happytime Murders" and "Life of the Party"
    Dame Helen Mirren, "Winchester"
    Amanda Seyfried, "The Clapper"  

    WORST ACTOR 

    Johnny Depp (voice), "Sherlock Gnomes"
    Will Ferrell, "Holmes & Watson"
    John Travolta, "Gotti"
    Donald J. Trump (as himself), "Death of a Nation" and "Fahrenheit 11/9"    
    Bruce Willis, "Death Wish" (pictured below)

    Image result for bruce willis death wish gif

    WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR 

    Jamie Foxx, "Robin Hood"
    Ludacris (voice), "Show Dogs"
    Joel McHale, "Happytime Murders"
    John C. Reilly, "Holmes & Watson"
    Justice Smith, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" 

    WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS 

    Kellyanne Conway (as herself), "Fahrenheit 11/9"
    Marcia Gay Harden, "Fifty Shades Freed"
    Kelly Preston, "Gotti"
    Jaz Sinclair, "Slender Man"
    Melania Trump (as herself), "Fahrenheit 11/9" 

    WORST SCREEN COMBO

    "Any two actors or puppets (especially in those creepy sex scenes)," "Happytime Murders"
    "Johnny Depp and his fast-fading film career," "Sherlock Gnomes"
    "Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly (trashing two of literature’s most beloved characters)," "Holmes & Watson" (pictured below)
    "Kelly Preston and John Travolta (getting 'Battlefield Earth'-type reviews!)," "Gotti"
    "Donald J. Trump and his self-perpetuating pettiness," "Death of a Nation" and "Fahrenheit 11/9" 

    Related image

    WORST REMAKE, RIPOFF or SEQUEL

    "Death of a Nation" (remake of "Hillary’s America")
    "Death Wish"
    "Holmes & Watson"
    "The Meg" (ripoff of "Jaws")
    "Robin Hood"  

    WORST DIRECTOR

    Etan Cohen, "Holmes & Watson"
    Kevin Connolly, "Gotti"
    James Foley, "Fifty Shades Freed"
    Brian Henson, "Happytime Murders"
    The Spierig Brothers (Michael and Peter), "Winchester"  
     

    WORST SCREENPLAY 

    "Death of a Nation" 
    "Fifty Shades Freed"   
    "Gotti" 
    "Happytime Murders"   
    "Winchester" 

    JAKEEM, a favor old buddy, please also add your views on any given movie you civer or not?  Respect your opinion on film  Bet yu did not see "GOTTI" yet, huh>  Recall a 1995 or si version same title starring Armand Assante & William Forsyth? It ws ok maybe at best (**-out of 4)


  7. 3 minutes ago, jakeem said:
    Four films -- "Gotti," "The Happytime Murders," "Holmes & Watson" and "Death of a Nation" -- lead the list of nominations for the 39th annual Golden Raspberry Awards. Each film received six mentions.
     
    The Razzie award winners will be announced on Saturday, February 23, 2019 -- the day before the 91st annual Academy Awards presentation.

    Here are this year's Razzie nominees:

    WORST PICTURE 

    "Gotti" (pictured below)
    "The Happytime Murders"
    "Holmes & Watson"  
    "Robin Hood"
    "Winchester"

    Related image

    WORST ACTRESS 

    Jennifer Garner, "Peppermint"
    Amber Heard, "London Fields"
    Melissa McCarthy, "The Happytime Murders" and "Life of the Party"
    Dame Helen Mirren, "Winchester"
    Amanda Seyfried, "The Clapper"  

    WORST ACTOR 

    Johnny Depp (voice), "Sherlock Gnomes"
    Will Ferrell, "Holmes & Watson"
    John Travolta, "Gotti"
    Donald J. Trump (as himself), "Death of a Nation" and "Fahrenheit 11/9"    
    Bruce Willis, "Death Wish" (pictured below)

    Image result for bruce willis death wish gif

    WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR 

    Jamie Foxx, "Robin Hood"
    Ludacris (voice), "Show Dogs"
    Joel McHale, "Happytime Murders"
    John C. Reilly, "Holmes & Watson"
    Justice Smith, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" 

    WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS 

    Kellyanne Conway (as herself), "Fahrenheit 11/9"
    Marcia Gay Harden, "Fifty Shades Freed"
    Kelly Preston, "Gotti"
    Jaz Sinclair, "Slender Man"
    Melania Trump (as herself), "Fahrenheit 11/9" 

    WORST SCREEN COMBO

    "Any two actors or puppets (especially in those creepy sex scenes)," "Happytime Murders"
    "Johnny Depp and his fast-fading film career," "Sherlock Gnomes"
    "Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly (trashing two of literature’s most beloved characters)," "Holmes & Watson" (pictured below)
    "Kelly Preston and John Travolta (getting 'Battlefield Earth'-type reviews!)," "Gotti"
    "Donald J. Trump and his self-perpetuating pettiness," "Death of a Nation" and "Fahrenheit 11/9" 

    Related image

    WORST REMAKE, RIPOFF or SEQUEL

    "Death of a Nation" (remake of "Hillary’s America")
    "Death Wish"
    "Holmes & Watson"
    "The Meg" (ripoff of "Jaws")
    "Robin Hood"  

    WORST DIRECTOR

    Etan Cohen, "Holmes & Watson"
    Kevin Connolly, "Gotti"
    James Foley, "Fifty Shades Freed"
    Brian Henson, "Happytime Murders"
    The Spierig Brothers (Michael and Peter), "Winchester"  
     

    WORST SCREENPLAY 

    "Death of a Nation" 
    "Fifty Shades Freed"   
    "Gotti" 
    "Happytime Murders"   
    "Winchester" 

    JAKEEM, I being a huge bonafide GANGSTER BUFF & in real life as well, don';t know why it just always gets me  GO FIGURE? Was kinda looking forward to Travolta's "Gotti" until I saw him made up as The Dapper Don, NO WAY, SHAPE NOR FORM did he even closely look like JOHN GOTTI-(l940-2001)  & you know what p.....me off for decades especuially wrirters, big mouthes, columnist interviws & more, they lump Al Capone-(l899-l947) In realty BIG AL ws never MAFIA & never a made man, ala the real godfather: Charles "LUCKY" Luciano-(l897-l962) or a Gotti,  Sam "Momo" Giancana-(*Frank's friend out of Chicago) & thee tiny & mild looking little Italian man that truly control NYC's 5families Carmine Gambino-(l90l-76)-(FUNNY STIRY *FRANCIS ALBERT TRIED TO TELL PEPLE HE DIDN'T KNOW ANY MOBSTERS, YET THERE IS JUST 1 PHOTO OF HIM& GIANANA, JUSTEFOIRE HE DIED in 76. & *FRANK GOT A PHOTO OF HIM WITHHIM & HIS GUMBAS. See, he got hus start very young just singing in their clubs, so threy put the hook in him BIG-TIME!  Again, though CAPONE was just a "GANGSTER" (NOTE & QU$ESTION: WHO GAVE FINEST PERF0MANCE OF HIM IN FILMHISTOIRY YET???)\

     

    & AGAIN EXCUSE SLOPPY WRUTING, IT"S TURNER CASSIC MOVIES
    "


  8. I reckon-(to quote both *COOP & *CLINT) many on here at this late date know whom tv & radio &books-(some strong books too folks, especially if your a history buff such s myself) & I';m well aware Mr. 0'Reilly-(another of my fellow countrymen) is loathed to his mostly-(but not all) right wing politics. But, now in our current political climate  is now more middle of the road vs. the likes o0f a Sean Hannity,etc-(P,S, This RiverShannon "MICK"heck it out online if you don';t believe me on SHANNON as my name & growing in this country. Just punch in THE RIVer Shannon in IRELAND, it's by far largest in that Emerald Isle  & for us all-time beloved 1952 "THE QUIET MAN"Reublic) also mention it at least ince. No matter, point being, Bill often blurts out his favs on THE SILVER SCREEEN & *BRANDO is his main man.(sorry to say it another IRISH in *MARLON), He & Iagree on our all-time favorite film *THE GODFATHER-(though "KANE" is still rightly called thee greatest! What got me thinking about this post was his proclamation months ago & I know where Bill got it, previous evening he watch a DVD cncert 1970's "ELVIS:THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" a 2 disc& TREMENDOUS docu on "THE KING"-(no, not *GABLE this time anyway) In Vegas, even CARY GRANT was on hand in the audience. All stars have their prime  *SINATRA mid to 1950's to 60 or so, dubbed his post Ava years at CAPITOL RECORDS. *BING 1940's,  ELVIS circa 1968 & I don't care what all insist, towards his end & despite the jokes of his wgt & drugs, he was more in volcano as a singer more then ever! Then theres my girl & I know many will cast their insults about her, she's an easytarget, beforeyou do don't go by her vids, records punch in on your computer her astonishingly 2 & 1/2hr concerts & she's like an "Enegizer Bunny" on any stage &speaks 5 languages! MADONNA (Louise) CICCONE-(l958-)  I almost agree wuith Bill on his analysuis though-(P.S. Going against the grain because I know a couple ladies personally &especially my mother of whom idolize "THE KING OF ROICK & ROLL" Heck, he's my #2 all-time favo singer, only after MAGGIO. BUT, as far as stage Mr.0'reilly you';ve not obviously yet seen this little 5'3 inch blonde Italian Girl from Detroit area on stage yet    THANK YOU FOR YOU TIME!   OOPS, just for a fun comparison on cinema Louise's fav movies are as follows>"TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD"-(now starting to be picked on already as RASCIST???" *"E. Patient" & the timeless 195l"A place in the Sun"      ALSO SORRY FOR TCM EDITING ON THIS LONG POST


  9. 6 hours ago, EricJ said:

    Voyage of the Damned (1976)

    MPW-39018

    Watching Amazon Prime is starting to become like the "Storage Wars" of overlooked movies:  Some independent distribution company will buy back packages of expired studios, license them to Amazon who'll show anything, and searching Prime can become like browsing the back shelves of that favorite mom-and-pop VHS store.  Just this week--this week--one distributor dug up a package of late-60's to late-70's Lord Grade ITC "All-star international epics!", bringing up "March or Die", "The Tamarind Seed", "The Cassandra Crossing", and many of those other little-pictures-of-the-cast All-Star International Epics that disappeared after "Raise the Titanic" sank them out of favor along with the studio.  (And yes, if I'd just been patient a few months, I wouldn't have had to look that one up on YouTube...Darn.)

    I'd been curious, as the studio had floated this one as their big Oscar-bait of the year before it pretty much dropped off the face of the earth, and it's easy to see why--For the first hour, in the story of a thousand 1939 German refugees relocated to Cuba as a propaganda stunt, we get so many of the standard "Wartime passengers of destiny" subplots, those who didn't know their history would think it was a rewritten Titanic epic, and the ship was going to sink.  The story, of course, is that a corrupt, bureaucratic Cuba didn't want them, a 30's isolationist US wouldn't take them, and the doomed passengers might ultimately be sent back to Germany.  That should be drama (and provides plenty of Trump parallels), but it's oddly uninvolving--Compared to the less realistic Wartime Passengers of Destiny in Robert Wise's The Hindenburg that same year, that one had a better feel for prewar tensions hiding in luxury class..."Hindenburg" made you dream of traveling on luxury zeppelin, "Voyage" just makes you feel like you're on a long trip with a rude staff.  Director Stuart Rosenberg plays the Jewish-history angle too subjectively, he feels as if the audience is already on his side from the beginning, like "Schindler's List Goes to Havana".  70's-era Faye Dunaway plays her usual ruthless hysterics, Max Von Sydow is the sympathetic ship captain, and Ben Gazzara gets the noble speeches as the government representative, but most of it falls apart in the over-the-top climaxes.  Malcolm McDowell looks a bit confused at having to play a good character as a teen steward who finds romance (when he helps foil a German-intelligence ploy, watch the Alex deLarge bad-boy come back out again) and Orson Welles shows up as a Cuban bureaucrat, but with his strange 70's-Welles delivery, you're genuinely not sure whether he's trying for "casual raconteur", or whether he's befuddled by his own lines because he was at the career point where he couldn't remember them anymore.

    I find I'm digging up better movies on Prime than on Netflix, but it's not a good situation for streaming when most of it's dumpster-diving for good big-budget movies that show up there by accident.

    A well-made (***) but no "POSEIDON ADVENTURE" 

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  10. 13 hours ago, LawrenceA said:

    Princess O'Rourke (1943) - More wartime romantic comedy, from Warner Brothers and writer-director Norman Krasna.  Sheltered European noblewoman Princess Maria (Olivia de Havilland) takes a plane trip that gets diverted to Washington DC, where she sets out on a tour incognito. She also begins a romance with airline pilot Eddie O'Rourke (Robert Cummings), with he little knowing of her royal blood. Also featuring Charles Coburn, Jack Carson, Jane Wyman, Harry Davenport, Gladys Cooper, Minor Watson, Nan Wynn, Curt Bois, Ray Walker, Julie Bishop, Nana Bryant, Frank Puglia, and Douglas Spencer.

    I've read about this movie's infamously troubled production for years but had never actually watched it until today. It's not without some charm, and the first half feels like a rough draft for the later Roman Holiday in many ways. As is often the case in these rom-coms, I liked the "B" couple, Jack Carson & Jane Wyman in this case, as much if not more than the leads. Krasna made his directing debut here, and he won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for it, too.   (6/10)

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    To LawrenceA, or is it really T.E., Lawrence-(Mr. 0'Toole) (TRIVIA: Just before the best movie magazine ever PREMIERE-(1987-2002) went under buddy?  It monthly conducted in house polls & in a huge story voted Peter 0'Toole's-(l932-2014) per in *LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (l962-British) as The Single Greatest Performance By Anyone in Cinematic History" unquote. Ever hear of this amazing & not altogether off the money story? Certain if you dig into PREMIERE'S mags online you'd locate iy friends. Do you alsoi get mainstream magz down yhere or not buddy?

    As for to me the ok (**1/2) PRINCESS O'ROURKE she was marvelous & quite cute again, but no great shakes Think it did snag a script nomination though. & look in your Oscar history book, or books it was nommed for it's writing. & always truly liked Liza\\matter but something I've written about since joining TCM, the first time was about 2001 under another alias & then yes later under another (Spencer) But, almost 4-got prior to the alias/handle I had one titled (myidolspoencer) But, disliked that one & now, thanks to TCM's editing team, my fmr almost 4,000 Pooosts have easily are gone bye, bye-(LAWRENCE) certain you know where all that work went pals, please let me know???


  11. On ‎1‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 6:36 PM, TopBilled said:

    Sunday January 13, 2019

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    Lady athletes on TCM

    A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN with Geena Davis

    PAT AND MIKE with Katharine Hepburn

    Still hard to fathom "A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN" is this old, huh?  *Hanks still calls this the beginning of his 2nd career as an actor, after this he went right into "Philadelphia" *"GUMP" "Apollo 13" & so on. No more "the burbs"

    & a good comedy-drama (***-out of 4) & made $108m.  Besides, just think of this one sports fans *Geena got to breath the same air as MADONNA!!!


  12. On ‎1‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 6:31 PM, TopBilled said:

    Tuesday January 15, 2019

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    Margaret O'Brien on TCM

    BAD BASCOMB with Wallace Beery

    BIG CITY with Robert Preston

    OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES with Edward G. Robinson

    LOST ANGEL with James Craig

    THE SECRET GARDEN with Herbert Marshall

    MUSIC FOR MILLIONS with June Allyson

    LITTLE WOMEN with Mary Astor

    Good pic, but not movie though It's ok (**1/2) if you like *Wally Beery-(l885-l949) & O'Brien

    & the wonderful Edward G. & Margaret 0'Brien gentle movie "OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES" (***1/2) was among so called tough guy, but really a timid \Jewish painter (Emmanuel Goldenberg) he was actually a Romanian-Jew, most don't know that & so timid during gunshot scenes had to have his eyelids open, though they were blanks. Still a superb thespian. His actual fav. role 1940's "Dr. Erlich's Magic Bullet" (***1/2) though never 1 nomination & 101 pictures?

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  13. On ‎1‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 7:01 AM, TopBilled said:

    Thursday January 17, 2019

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    How great thou art on TCM

    REMBRANDT with Charles Laughton

    LUST FOR LIFE with Kirk Douglas

    Top, again, I must admit, despite & by now virtually all folks online are now are of Mr. Douglas-(l9l6-) & his 1954 crime against you know whom  Robert Downey, Jr even went on stage at a big event & really opened up that can of worms-(plus, there are a myriad of other items you may not even by prevy too buddy about that case, well, hell, there was no case???) However he was brilliant as Van Gogh as was entire production & *Quinn deservedly taking home his 2nd supporting statue)  Have you or anyone seen or even know about Dafoe **** Van Gogh in new flick yet? It looked from clips & pedigree he';d easily snag a 4th shot at an ACADEMY AWARD for it, but the Best actor competition is just too crowded    NO MATTER WHAT WILLEM DAFOE DOES ALL WILL REMEMBER HIM AS ELIAS!!!


  14. Neat thing you got going on here Top, did you have the shot yet to check out my post, or pts on Tuesday's 2018 Oscar nominee forecasting yet?

     

    2nd item>what happened to the digital Now Playing Guide???" I not only got 1 but see several others complaining

     

    (THINK YOU'LL RECALL

    1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

    Sunday January 20, 2019

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    Rock Hudson in the 50s on TCM

    ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS with Jane Wyman

    GIANT with James Dean

    "THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS"  In my younger yrs I really had a huge problem with , welp, you know men like the 6'6 Hudson & others as well. But, I mellowed & just don't care much anymore & his Bick Benedict was by far his mt. summit role   THOUGH NOT A FAN OF MRS. WYMAN, SORRY


  15. 2 hours ago, jakeem said:
    "Green Book," based on the true story of a black concert pianist who toured the 1960s South wiith a New York bouncer for protection, won the top prize Saturday night at the 30th annual Producers Guild of America Awards.
     
    The 2018 award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures went to Jim Burke, Charles B. Wessler, Brian Currie, Peter Farrelly and Nick Vallelonga. Farrelly (pictured below) also co-wrote and directed the film.
     
    "Green Book," which won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture -- Comedy two weeks ago, stars Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen.
     
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    The PGA award is considered a bellwether of a film's chances of winning the Academy Award for Best Picture. In the 29-year history of the PGA awards, the winner has gone on to win the top Oscar 20 times, including last year. "The Shape of Water' won both 2017 awards.
     
    Here is the list of winners:
     
    FILM
     
    Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures
    "Green Book"
     
    Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures
    "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"
     
    Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures
    "Won't You Be My Neighbor?"
     
    TELEVISION
     
    The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy
    "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" (Season 2)
     
    The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Drama
    "The Americans" (Season 5)
     
    The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Limited Series Television
    "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" (Season 2)
     
    The Award for Outstanding Producer of Streamed or Televised Motion Pictures
    "Fahrenheit 451"
     
    Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment & Talk Television
    "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" (Season 5)
     
    Outstanding Producer of Game & Competition Television
    "RuPaul's Drag Race" (Season 10)
     
    Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television
    "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" (Season 11, Season 12)
     
    Outstanding Children’s Program
    "Sesame Street" (Season 48)
     
    Outstanding Sports Program
    "Being Serena" (Season 1)

     
    Outstanding Short-Form Program
    "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" (Season 5)
     
    The Stanley Kramer Award
    Jane Fonda
     
    The Norman Lear Achievement in Television Award
    Amy Sherman-Palladino
     
    The Milestone Award
    Toby Emmerich
     
    The Visionary Award
    Kenya Barris

     

    JAKEEM, old pal, think I barely,barely scooped you on this one, something I saw coming even prior to going to it. Only if ROMA is not in the 8-10 AMPAS BP contenders, it will win though if so & Foreign Film as well, don't see it happening, as I told folks over 2 & 1/2 months GREEN BOOK is safe, good , message film & made for a BEST PICTURE OSCAR   I like some of these positive contenders, but not enthralled by any. 


  16. Hate to say I told you marvelous people so-(CHECK OUT MY FINAL FOR THIS YEAR 2018 OSCAR NOMINEE FORECAST)

    The nice, quiet, laidback, message film a bit & good (strong ***) but not great  GREEN BOOK took top honor shortly ago at the PGA Awards-(Producers Guild of America)

    For those that don't know what they are, pretty much identical to the DGA awards-(coming later & BET ALL YOUR DOUGH, ROMA will win that as well)

    Though I just love to bet, predict,etc on the Oscars, there is not a film in the race coming up Tuesday morning, I really loved this year??? Last yr despite I knew would never take BP Gold over the very good at best SHAPE OF WATER ($70-75m.) (***1/2) Except for THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING MISSOURI-(went to that 1 twice even, used to do that to a release I loved a few times a yr. just to in pain thesedays & they are far more $$$$ nowadays too)

     

    (NOTE: Just for fun, new movies-(art the time) I went to not twice but three times>   JAWS, TOWERING INERNO-(only because "King of Movie Cool: McQueen" was my 1st hero!),  APOCALYPSE NOW,  *PLATOON, GOODFELLAS, *TITANIC (l997 version), PULP FICTION-(my girlfriend at 3rd viewing ruined it though, long story), COURAGE UNDER FIRE-(solely due to Meg Ryan), & maybe 1 or 2 more?)

     

    THANX


  17. MARVELOUS WORK, BUT CHECK GENERAL ARENA, I JUST ALSO EITHER POSTED & OR ADDED 2 DAYS AGO NEWS  WITH THE NEW MARIA-(massive shoes to feel)

     

    Though NATALIA was up same year for her mt. summit performance in SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS (WB's) as Deanie   *Sophia Loren in "Two Women" defeated her, but the vast majority of books & online insist little LOVE OF MY LIFE truly deserved to WALK DOWN-THE-AISLE instead  Of course SPLENDOR was her own fav. film & that ill-fated yacht called SPLENOUR instead is still somewhere out there???

     

    (ALSO, don't know entire post here, just able to browse right now, did he also got into just how incredibally creul *WEST SIDE'S cast members were to her???  Especially Tamblyn, who never apologized.   IT WOULDA' BEEN PERFECT WITH *WEST SIDE INCREDIBALLY SWEEPING (10) & THEN HER ALSO WINNING AS DEANIE.


  18. (*-always will indicate an Oscar winner)   I'm positive by now at least some of my fellow TCM-ITES or do you prefer TCM-ERS?  At any rate saw this 3 days ago *Spielberg just cast MARIA-(another more then you sports fans can imagine, certainly had to take this with a grain of salt, of course to NATALIA NIKOLAEVNIA ZAKHERENKO AKA: NATALIE WOOD-(l938-l98l) & for his now in process of filming remake of the 10 time Oscar sweeping 1961 Musical epic *WEST SIDE STORY (UA)    PLEASE HELP, I MISSED THIS YOUNG GALS NAME AS MARIA?     GOOD LUCK *STEVEN!?

    & just some more NATASHA trivia & how she was treated on that legendary musical (P.S. Any folks actually know just how tiny she was by the way? I'll give it to ya  barely 5'0 & approx. 100lbs & a shoe size of 5 & 1/2 & even more fun, my mum's hand prints & feet were identical to hers in frt of GRAUMAN'S CHINESE THEATRE & nobody believes me on this now growing fact based true story of *JOHN WAYNE? His actual foot/shoe size was just 5 & 1/2. Lots back this up & whenever I tried to tell someone, they said "get oughtta here" unquote Now, check out of Bacall & Maureen 0'Hara & many stories about the poor guy in constant pain soaking his feet in between takes. He was 6'4 & 1/2 & ranged from approx. 210 to 275 in "The Cowboys"

    In short back to LOVE OF MY LIFE the original Maria of course. She has a terrible times & worked her butt off getting to try & keep up with the pro dancers. BUT, many cast members hated her little self? Russ Tamblyn most of all, not respecting her on several fronts, mostly because she wasn't a true dancer as he was, he never apologized? Then many had problems because she was Russian/Ukranian vs Puerto Rican  Back then studios used whats called (then anyway) Aztec Cream.

     

    HOPE TO SEE YOUR OWN THOUGHTS    & EVERYTHING I POST HAS ALWAYS BEEN CRPOSSED REFERENCED 3 OR MORE TIMES FIRST

     

    THANK YOU


  19. Any fans out there notice that big lug, good actor & sometime truly nice guy ALDO RAY-(l926-9l)

    being on the network quite a bit lately, KUDOS to the network

    '"PAT & MIKE" (l952-MGM) (as Hucko) (4 stars!) Even stealing a couple bits from the legenary *TRACY & *K. HEPBURN)

    :"MEN IN WAR" (l957) (***1/2) (opposite Robert Ryan)

    "NAKED AND THE DEAD" (l958) (strong ***) (another 1 he walked away with)

    "GOD'S LITTLE ACRE" (l958) (strong ***) (NOTE: When Aldo made the awful '68 "G. BERETS" he said in CI/FOGA mags he wasn't impressed with the legendary *JOHN "THE DUKE" WAYNE & even refused to call him "DUKE?") (He was firm in saying he thought Ryan was robbed of not just an Oscar,nom but the statue its self for "GOD'S LITTLE ACRE"

    & another silent per by him was in a pretty fine 1967 Western starring:*HENRY FONDA, "WELCOME TO HARD TIMES" (barely ****) Ray steals this show too, as a big bully & without any dialogue

    My mom kinda' always liked ALDO, though he was much younger of course. & in PHILLY due to not only his films but his football playing-(was injured) They either had an annual parade when he was still with us, or may still do it 

     

    SEND YOU OWN ALDO RAY views???  WHATS THE ONE HE DID W OOPS, JUST RECALLED IT 1952's "THE MARRYING KIND" (*** to ***1/2) (TRIVIA/FUN/FACTS: *Quentin Tarentino calls this among his all-timers!)

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  20. 5 hours ago, Fedya said:

    Kings Go Forth (1958)

    Frank Sinatra plays an Army lieutenant in the World War II campaign in Southern France, who gets a new radio man in sergeant Tony Curtis, who's serving in order to escape his idle rich past.  One day on leave he meets Natalie Wood and falls in love with her, until she reveals her dirty little secret, which is that she's as black as Susan Kohner in Imitation of Life.  At that point Tony starts putting the moves on her but unceremoniously dumps her because he's a jerk.  Frankie and Tony have to resolve their personal issues by going on a mission behind enemy lines....

    This one has muddled character motivations, a flawed script (Natalie's late black father never gets a name, even when Mom is talking lovingly about him), and a screwed-up ending.  I was almost hoping for Troy Donahue to show up, but then I realized that Natalie playing a phony black was good practice for playing a phony Puerto Rican a few years later in West Side Story.  5/10.

    O WOW FEDYA, you really got me with this one on a myriad of levels!  1st of all NATALIE-(looong story), & my #2 all-time idol *FRANCIS (Albert) SINATRA! Not a great picture, but do you agree a fine one? (***) Mr. Curtis really portrayed a weasel here huh?  Due to those being it it I've had it on vhs for about 20yrs or better. (TRIVIA: strangely sole pic the duo did together, because it was around here in '58 she started hanging out w him & a lot, despite her being 23yrs his jr Whenever you see MY LOVE smoking a cigarette in a long black holder, that was her *CHAIRMAN era. Until 1 day when he said something in her era & she ran out of a lg party crying. She has just gotten married to RJ-(Wagner (l957-62) but her attraction to him was really in 62 onward a couple yrs.  AFTER ALL *SINATRA WAS UNDER THE TREE-(which WAGNER) recently had chopped down, all her fans flowers removed & none of her beloved pennies anymore & dig this, there was a nice bench you got sit at within 2-3ft of her, well, my mother & I visited there in April of 1999 Madre staid out on it entire visit, saying it just felt comfortable staying near NATALIA, now also gone on Wagner's rules!!!  BUT, *FRANCIS WAS THERE AS PALLBEARER & MANY MORE HEAVYWEIGHTS IN TINY "WESTWOOD, PARK" & SOME SHOTS SHOW *C. WALKEN ALSO THERE, BUT STAYED WAY IN BACGROUND   thanx 


  21. 3 hours ago, LawrenceA said:

    Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker aka Night Warning (1981)* - Psychological horror film from Royal American Pictures and director William Asher. Unbalanced maiden aunt Cheryl (Susan Tyrrell) has cared for her nephew Billy (Jimmy McNichol) since the boy was three and his parents died in a car accident. Now that Billy is turning 18 and looking to move away for college, Cheryl is acting increasingly bizarre, leading to violence. Also featuring Julia Duffy, Bo Svenson, Marcia Lewis, Britt Leach, Steve Eastin, and Bill Paxton.

    I was expecting another routine early 80's slasher flick but instead this is an unusual, although not entirely successful, psycho-drama with some hack'n'slash flourishes near the end. Tyrrell is as unhinged as usual, and your enjoyment may be tempered by your tolerance for her over-the-top histrionics. I recall McNichol being a teen heartthrob back in the late 70's, but not much else. He's a terrible actor, at least in this, and I'm not too surprised he quickly faded into obscurity. Julia Duffy, later a co-star on Newhart, was nearly 30 when this was filmed, yet believably plays the 20-year-old McNichol's high school sweetheart. I really enjoyed seeing the late lamented Bill Paxton in one of his earliest roles (credited as "William Paxton") as a school bully.

    The strangest aspect of this film concerns Bo Svenson as the hard-nosed cop investigating the incidents in the film. He becomes convinced that there's a conspiracy by local homosexual men, and he won't consider any other explanation. At first I thought it was going to be another instance of throw-away homophobia that was not uncommon in genre films of the time. However, it becomes the driving focus of the Svenson character, with his personal hang-ups about gay men making him irrational. Added to his character being a short-tempered jerk to every other person he encounters, and it's one of the more unsavory acting jobs of his career. In the end I have a feeling that the filmmakers were sympathetic to the gay characters (there are a few, and not just in Svenson's mind), but it's handled in such a way as to make it confused, to say the least. I thought this movie was one of the more unique in a sub-genre that was glutting screens at that time, and would recommend it to fans of off-beat cinema. Others, especially those repelled by screen violence, should probably avoid it.   (6/10)

    *This movie had a one-city premiere in 1981 before being released nationally in February of '82.

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    YOU SCOOPED ME NEVER SAW IT?


  22. 6 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

    I agree with that 7 \ 10 rating but if WB had cast either Bogie or Garfield instead of Raft and Lupino instead of Marshall the film would have likely been better.

     

    Though a very wooden actor Raft despite his crime biddies aka: "Bugsy" Siegel-(l906-l947) of which his was 1 & only person at his funeral in now called HOLLYWOOD FOREVER, CEM  I think that may be main reason he's yet to be a STOTM?  (TRIVIA: I've told many times since 2001 on here & elsewhere, got it out of CAGNEY'S autobiography. Besides himself, Raft was the actual toughest guy in HOLLYWOOD. Edward G. Robinson-(l893-l973) though a powerful actor vs George-(matter of fact to 2 detested each other, so much so that filming a good (***) 1941 pic MANPOWER, one of them moved other actor too fast & Raft flattened EDWARD G, right on set & more fun trivia; Next time you see the excellent bio BUGSY (l99l) (made $49m.) of course w/*BEATTY  he meets Virginia Hill she was a bit extra on MANPOWER. & though another flat-(though was strong in about 3 pictures) think he made 50, not certain FMR. PRESIDENT RONALD (Wilson) REAGAN-(l9ll-2004) to e fair still deserves that tcm honor. as far as THE WARNER BROS. GANGSTERS & VIP STUDIO TOUR-(without peer now left standing & more than superb!)-(visited the sets 2 & 1/2hrs in '99)

     

    (FINAL NOTE: For some reason Raft-(QUESTION, ANYONE KNOW HE'S NATIONALITY?) At any rate he died virtually penniless) at age 84 in 1980, though like tons of movie stars of that era, like *J. CRAWFORD, she shaved 4yrs from her birth date? Raft, some say was born in 1904 or something???)  (A TIP: Besides "MANPOWER" check out the hilarious bit in Jerry Lewis & him dancing in the hilarious 1961 LADIES' MAN)  PLUS, I once write a neat thing about 10yrs again here-(different handle again, not my fault) I WAS (SPENCER) & NOT JUST (SHANNON)!!! THANKS TO TCM TOO, YOU DELETED MY PARTIAL HISTORY & EVERYTHING I WROTE UNDER THAT HANDLE (had almost 4,000 posts)

    SORRY, back to final Raft / *Bogie item  WHO SAW 1980's "MAN WITH BOGART'S FACE?" (l980) (**1/2_) It was Raft's final film & Robert Scacchi portrayed the legendary & AFI s #1 all-time male movie star *HUMPHREY (Deforest) BOGART-(l899-l957)  HECK, EVEN BIG LUG MIKE MAZURSKI'S IN IT> WROTE ARTICLE/.POST ABOUT A FULL EVENING OF A *"BOGART FILM FESTIVAL"-(lots more in that post)  & FOR THOSE THAT WANT, I'LL TRY & DO IT AGAIN

     

    THANX & REMEMBER OSCAR NOMS ARE TUESDAY MORNING


  23. WOW! Really, really getting letdown by my longtime friends & pals within these forums?

     

    Nothing really new, but it's getting asinine here with ha yr to half now folks

     

    JUST RECENTLY IT STARTED WITH MY ANNUAL PREDICTIONS OF THE 2018/ 91st ACADEMY AWARDS & WHO I PERSONALLY PRTEDICT WHOM & WHAT WILL BE IN THE RACE,  NOT, 1 REPLY???

     

    NOW I KNOW MOST OF YOU FELLOW STUDUIO-SYSTEM & HOLLYWOODS GOLDEN AGE BUFFS-(such as myself 2st & foremost, but I try to cover all aspects of this thing we have become addicted to)

    (EXAMPLE: Back around 1979 when I was about 14-15, I first caught the cinematic bug, but instead I felt it my duty to first check out-(while me friends only cared about modern fare) It was the tv likes back then of a Carson, Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas-(the latter grew up a bona fide moviebuff & his boyhood idol in the 1930's onward was always *TRACY! & I wanted to see why he'd also make a thing of saying CLARK GABLE, GARY COOPER, HUMPREY BOGART & always, always say THE GREAT: SPENCER TRACY. & WHY MOST CALLED "KANE" THE SINGLE GREATEST MOTION PICTURE EVER MADE, SO FOR ME I STARTED ALMOST FROM SCRATCH. NO TCM AS YOU KNOW BACK THEN OF COURSE, JUST HAD TO FIND IT & TO REALLY **** THINGS OFF, WE AT THAT TIME UP IN NJ WERE ULTRA POOR, SO ONLY HAD A B & W TV &FURTHERMORE IT SHRUNK, SO WE ALWAYS HAD TO TURN IT OFF FOR FEW MINUTES!!!

    THOUGH THE FILM THAT REALLY POUT THE MESMERIZING HOOK IN ME WAS "APOCALYPSE NOW" & THE REST WAS HISTORY, BUT I STILL BY FAR-(except for *GFI & *GFII) RATE THE STUDIO-SYSTEM-(l925-60 to 63) AS THE Mt. SUMMIT OF MAKING PICTURES, *JIMMY STEWART AGREED THIS A LOT TOO  HE LOVED WORKING THAT ERA


  24. On ‎1‎/‎18‎/‎2019 at 5:20 PM, jakeem said:

    The films "First Man" (pictured below) "Mission: Impossible – Fallout," "A Quiet Place" and "Roma" received three nominations each Friday for the 66th annual Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Awards.

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    The awards are presented by the honorary society MPSE to acknowledge the year's best work in the various areas of sound editing: Dialogue, ADR, Effects, Foley and Music.

    On the broadcast side, "The Handmaid’s Tale," "Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan," "Vikings" and "Westworld" each received three nominations.

    Winners will be announced at the Golden Reel Awards show on Sunday, February, 2019.

    Here is the complete list of nominees:

    Short Form Animation
    “Bilby”
    “Bird Karma”
    “Crow: The Legend”
    “Lost Property Office”
    “Overwatch: Reunion”
    “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” – “Mystic Mayhem”
    “Spy Kids: Mission Critical” – “The Vinyl Countdown”
    “Star Wars: Rebels” – The World Between Worlds”
    “Steven Universe” – “Reunited”

    Non-Theatrical Animation
    “Batman: Gotham by Gaslight”
    “The Death of Superman”
    “Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High”
    “Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash”
    “Next Gen”
    “Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay”
    “Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia”

    Feature Film – Animation
    “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch”
    “Incredibles 2”
    “Isle of Dogs”
    “Peter Rabbit”
    “Ralph Breaks the Internet”
    “Smallfoot”
    “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

    Non-Theatrical Documentary
    “All or Nothing: Michigan Wolverines” – “Be the Game Changer”
    “Bobby Kennedy for President” – “I’d Like to Serve”
    “Gymkhana Files” – “Where it All Began”
    “Medal of Honor”
    “Operation Odessa”
    “Searching for Sound: Islandman and VeYasin”
    “Watergate”
    “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling”

    Feature Film: Documentary
    “Free Solo”
    “Generation Wealth”
    “McQueen”
    “Quincy”
    “Shirkers”
    “Three Identical Strangers”
    “They Shall Not Grow Old”
    “They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead”
    “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”

    Gaming: Computer Cinematic
    “Battlefield V”
    “God of War”
    “League of Legends”
    “Spider-Man”
    “World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth”

    Gaming: Computer Interactive Game Play
    “Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey”
    “Battlefield V”
    “God of War”
    “Shadow of the Tomb Raider”
    “Spider-Man”

    Non-Theatrical Feature
    “The Christmas Chronicles”
    “Extinction”
    “Game Over Man”
    “My Dinner With Hervé”
    “Tau”

    Special Venue
    “Age of Sail”
    “Backyard Wilderness”
    “DreamWorks Theater Presents: Kung Fu Panda” – “The Emperor’s Quest”
    “Spheres”
    “Wreck it Ralph: Ralph Breaks VR”

    Feature Film: Foreign
    “2.0”
    “Capernaum”
    “Cold War”
    “The Guilty”
    “The Happy Prince”
    “Never Look Away”
    “Redbad”
    “Winter Brothers”

    Broadcast Media: Live Action Under 35:00
    “Ballers” – “This is Not Our World”
    “Barry” – “Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going”
    “Everything Sucks!” – “We Were Merely Freshmen”
    “The Good Place” – “Janet(s)”
    “Kidding” – “The Cookie”
    “One Day at a Time” – “Homecoming”
    “Star Trek: Short Treks” – “The Brightest Star”
    “Sweetbitter” – “Now Your Tongue is Coded”
    “Young Sheldon” – “An 8-Bit Princess and a Flat Tire Genius”


    Broadcast Media: Short Form – Music / Musical
    “The Alienist” – “A Fruitful Partnership”
    “American Horror Story” – “The End”
    “The Americans” – “Harvest”
    “Fortitude” – “Season 3, Episode 4”
    “Homecoming” – “Stop”
    “Maniac” – “Windmills”
    “McMafia” – “Season 1, Episode 4”
    “One Strange Rock” – “Home”
    “Vikings” – “Moments of Vision”

    Broadcast Media: Short Form – Dialogue / ADR
    “The Americans” – “Harvest”
    “Atlanta” – “Teddy Perkins”
    “Better Call Saul” – “Talk”
    “The Handmaid’s Tale” – “Holly”
    “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” – “Three Lives and Counting”
    “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” – “The Wolf”
    “Vikings” – “Moments of Vision”
    “The X-Files” – “This”

    Broadcast Media: Short Form – Effects / Foley
    “Atlanta” – “Teddy Perkins”
    “The First” – “Near and Far”
    “Nightflyers” – “Torches and Pitchforks”
    “The Terror” – “Go For Broke”
    “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” – “French Connection”
    “Vikings” – “Moments of Vision”
    “The Walking Dead” – “A New Beginning”
    “The X-Files” – “My Struggle”

    Broadcast Media: Single Presentation
    “Agatha Christie’s Ordeal by Innocence”
    “Collateral”
    “Dirty Computer”
    “King Lear”
    “Phillip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams”

    Broadcast Media: Longform – Music / Musical
    “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” – “Manhunt”
    “Counterpart” – “Birds of a Feather”
    “The Handmaid’s Tale” – “The World”
    “The Little Drummer Girl” – “Part 3”
    “Marvel’s Luke Cage” – “I Get Physical”
    “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” – “We’re Going to the Catskills”
    “Ozark” – “Gold Coast”
    “Westworld” – “Riddle of the Sphinx”

    Broadcast Media: Longform – Dialogue / ADR
    “Altered Carbon” – “Out of the Past”
    “Better Call Saul” – “Winner”
    “Bodyguard” – “Season 1, Episode 2”
    “The Handmaid’s Tale” – “The Last Ceremony”
    “House of Cards” – “Chapter 73”
    “Marvel’s Daredevil” – “Blindsided”
    “Narcos: Mexico” – “Just Say No”
    “Ozark” – “Gold Coast”
    “Westworld” – “Riddle of the Sphinx” – HBO

    Broadcast Media: Longform – Effects / Foley
    “Altered Carbon” – “Out of the Past”
    “Castle Rock” – “Severance”
    “The Haunting of Hill House” – “Two Storms”
    “Homeland” – “All In”
    “The Man in the High Castle” – “Jahr Null”
    “Patrick Melrose” – “Bad News”
    “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” – “Pilot””
    “Westworld” – “Virtu e Fortuna”


    Feature Film – Music Underscore
    “Aquaman”
    “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs”
    “Black Panther”
    “First Man”
    “Isle of Dogs”
    “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”
    “A Quiet Place”
    “Roma”
    “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

    Feature Film – Musical
    “Bohemian Rhapsody”
    “Mary Poppins Returns”
    “A Star is Born”

    Feature Film – Dialogue / ADR
    “Bohemian Rhapsody”
    “The Favourite”
    “First Man”
    “Green Book”
    “Mary Poppins Returns”
    “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”
    “A Quiet Place”
    “Roma”
    “A Star is Born”

    Feature Film – Effects / Foley
    “Avengers: Infinity War”
    “Black Panther”
    “Deadpool 2”
    “The Favourite”
    “First Man”
    “Mission: Impossible – Fallout”
    “A Quiet Place”
    “Ready Player One”
    “Roma”

    Verna Fields Student Filmmaker Award
    “The Beacon” – Chapman University
    “Crush” – USC Film School
    “Edison’s Diorama” – Chapman University
    “Facing It” – National Film and Television School
    “Fish Boy” – National Film and Television School
    “Inanimate” – National Film and Television School
    “Police” – National Film and Television School
    “So Far, So Good” – Fryderyk Chopin University of Music

     

    DID YOU HAPPEN TO CATCH "F. MAN" as yet? I was scheduled to go to it on my 54th birthday on Nov.8th, but things just got to crazy around here, plus pain & myriads of other fun jazz, right!?  It only hit about $66m. I believe & reckon' it was made-(THOUGH GOOD TO SEE A FILM ABOUT NEIL ARMSTRONG FOR A CHANGE) (TRIVIA: A small comparison to it vs. the other sci-fi dramas & others that have held up from the start & still are-(PROMISE NO Sci-Fi's)  "THE RIGHT STUFF" (l983) (4 stars!)($23m. is all it made though?), "GRAVITY" (2013) (huge 4 stars from & to date my close runner-up to my fav. release this decade!  Made $275. & won 7 statuettes, but not the perfecto work by *Sandy) 
    INTERSTELLER" musty admit yet to see this one, thinking it may be a rippoff on "GRAVITY" "APOLLO 13" (strong 3 & 1.2) ($172m.) (strong ***1/2) & YOU FANS OF THIS THING WE LOVE,  THE MOVIES PLEASE JOIN IN & LIST OTHERS IN RECENT YEARS, OR GOLDEN AGE SCi-FI

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